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Old 04-24-2011, 05:08 PM   #1
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Lets see where you mounted your ressies

Ok so I installed my 2.5 fox RR coilovers but cant find a good spot to put the ressies. So please post pics of where you have seen them mounted that you like.

This it the best way I have come up with so far but have not had a chance yet to see if there will be contact.

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Old 04-25-2011, 02:58 PM   #2
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That looks like a disaster waiting to happen... or maybe its just the pic angle.
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Old 04-25-2011, 03:03 PM   #3
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Old 04-25-2011, 03:04 PM   #4
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I'm assuming your just want pics of the front ones right?
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put your shit coat on op.


anyways i dont think having them right there is safe... bump for pics!
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looks like the uca bolts just gonna hammer right through the resi lol
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They didnt come with brackets for the Resi's that connect where the sway bar bolts to the frame?
Same thought I had. Typically the manufacturer tells you where to mount the reservoirs and provides hardware for that purpose, specifically so you don't soda can the reservoir with your UCA.
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mounting the resi like that is bad...mmmkay

mount it foreward towards the front of the frame rail. the hose on the fox first gen CO's is super long, you can maybe get it behind the skid plate or bumper for protection.

check out jason's pics
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/1st...-toy-taco.html
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they are mounted all the way in the back of the wheel well the bolt shouldnt contact but the arm itself might. I am going to cycle the upper arm when I get a chance and make sure the arm cant contact.

My original plan was to put them up front behind the skid but should have checked both sides because there isnt room on the passenger side. Oh yeah I have an allpro bumper and skids so that seems to eliminate most options. It may just mean having the lines lengthend or shortened, but have to figure out where to put them so I get the right length this time.
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Try to work with what you got, lengthening g or shortening is more complicated than just a simple swap. Gotta take the coil off, take apart the shock and resi then reassemble after swapping the hose.
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